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Better check your dates again. No US quarters were minted before 1796. The first U.S. Mint opened its doors in 1792, so there are no U.S. coins dated earlier than that. You may possibly have a colonial piece, but exact details about the designs on both sides would be necessary to determine what you have.

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The other date on the coin is 1999 and it's just a quarter.

In the year 2000, the value of the quarter dollar which is 25 cents was $0.25.

No, a quarter is a different coin, and its value is only a quarter (1/4) of a regular dollar.

A 1967 Washington quarter has no silver and is face value.

It's just a quarter spend it

25 cents.

25 cents

$455.5

The coin is a common quarter so spend it.

One dollar.

25 cents

25 cents.

25 cents

25 cents.

1792 quarter

The Washington Quarter was first minted in 1932.

value

The top date of 1787 makes it a Delaware, Pennsylvania, or New Jersey quarter, all of which were actually minted in 1999. The coin is worth 25 cents.

It's an ordinary circulation coin worth face value only. The Canadian dollar and U.S. dollar are almost equal in value, so a quarter is a quarter in either country.

25 cents

Around $6.

It's face value, the coin is still in circulation.

A 1972 Washington quarter is just a quarter, many are still in circulation.

$1.75 for the set.

The values of any colorized or plated coin is whatever you can get for it, they have no numismatic value at all. But it's still a quarter